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Registered in Dublin, Ireland (with Branch Office in Cavite, Philippines) Eddie Naldoza, BSc MIES MPICE E: eddienaldoza@engineer.com W: www.eddienaldoza.com

Project Irish Cement Ltd. - Kiln 3 Cement Mill-Silos Structure Subject Design of Steel Beam at EL 56.40 Beam No. 192-195, 47 Calculated Checked Date E. Naldoza E. Naldoza 26/09/07

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Beam No. : 215-216 Gridlines : 6 / C-E

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Limited to Plastic Section & Major Axis Bending only)

Code / 1. Loadings : (Ultimate Loads) Clause Maximum Moment, Mx = 2 kN-m BS5950 Maximum Shear at Support,Fv = 3 kN Part 1 : Total Span, L = 700 mm 2000 / Load factor for Imposed Loads, f i = 1.5 2. Member Checks : 2.1 Trial Section

Point Load, P

Distance of point load from nearer support, ae

= = =

2 350 2

kN mm kN

127x76x13

UB

From Member Capacity Tables (Blue Book) Moment Capacity, Mc = 0.00 kN-m 2.2 Section Properties : D = 127.0 mm b B = 76.00 mm d t = 4.00 mm Sx T = 7.60 mm Zx

= 38 mm = 96.60 mm 3 = 84 cm 3 = 75 cm

r = 7.60 mm Local Buckling Ratios : 2 E = 2.05E+05 N/mm b/T = 5.00 cm4 Ix = 473 d/t = 24.10 ry = 18.4 mm x = 16.3

3.1.1 T < 16 mm 275 = 275 = 2 Table 9 Therefore; py = 275 N/mm py 275 3.5.2 For Rolled Section; Outstand Element of Compression Flange Table 11

= 1.00

Flange is Class 1 Plastic For Flange : b/T = 9 = 9 x 1.0 = 9.0 ; Actual b/T = 5.00 < 9.0 Web of an I-, H- or Box Section; Neutral Axis at Mid-depth For Web : d/t = 80 = 80 x 1.0 = 80.0 ; Actual d/t = 24.10 < 80.0 Web is Class 1 Plastic Therefore : Section is Class 1 Plastic 2.4 Check For Shear Buckling if : d/t > 70 70 = 70 x 1.00 = 70.0 ; Actual d/t = 24.10 < 70.0

(3.5.2-Table 11 b )

4.2.3

4.2.3

2.5 Check For Shear Capacity : Fv or Fvc Pv 2 mm2 py = 275 N/mm ; Av = t D = 4.0 x 127.0 = 508 2 Pv = 0.6 py Av ; Pv = 0.6 x 275 N/mm x 508 mm2 = 83820

4.2.5 2.6 Check For Moment Capacity : Mx Mcx 4.2.5.2/ Check for High/Low Shear (at point of Maximum Moment, Fvm) 4.2.5.3 Shear at point of Maximum Moment ; Fvc = 2 kN

84

kN = 50.3 kN >

kN

Low Shear

For Low Shear (for Class 1 Plastic or Class 2 Compact cross-sections) Mcx = py Sx = 275 N/mm x 84 cm = 23.2 kN-m >

2.0

4.2.5.1

2.7 Check Limit To Avoid Irreversible Deformation Under Serviceability Loads : For simply supported beam : Mcx 1.2 py Zx 2 3 Mcx = 1.2 x 275 N/mm x 75 cm 23.2 < 24.618 kN-m ; Adequate for Flexure

Registered in Dublin, Ireland (with Branch Office in Cavite, Philippines) Eddie Naldoza, BSc MIES MPICE E: eddienaldoza@engineer.com W: www.eddienaldoza.com

Project Irish Cement Ltd. - Kiln 3 Cement Mill-Silos Structure Subject Design of Steel Beam at EL 56.40 Beam No. 192-195, 47 Calculated Checked Date E. Naldoza E. Naldoza 26/09/07

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Part 1 : 2.8 Web Bearing and Buckling Under the Point Load :

2000 /

4.5.2.1

; py w

= 275

N/mm2

= 31.4 mm ; n = 5 (not at the end of the member) ; k = T+r = 15.2 mm Pbw = [ 31.4 + ( 5 x 15.2 ) ] 4.0 x 275 = 118.1 kN > 2 kN

; Therefore Bearing Capacity of the unstiffened web under the point load is adequate

4.5.3.1

2.8.2 Buckling resistance of the unstiffened web : P P x ; Check if ; a e 0.7d ; a e is the distance from the load to the nearer end of the member = 350 mm 350 0.7 x 96.60 ; 350 > 67.6 mm ; Therefore 25 T 25 x 1.0 x 7.6 x 118.1 Px= Pbw ; P x= (b1 + nk ) d ( 31 + 5 x 15.2 ) x 96.60 P x = 220.33 kN > 2 kN

; Therefore Buckling Resistance of the unstiffened web under the point load is adequate

4.5.2.1

2.9 Web Bearing and Buckling at the Support : 2.9.1 Bearing capacity of the unstiffened web : Fv Pb w ; Pb w = (b 1 + n k ) t py w b1 = t + T + 0.8r - g

; py w

= 275

N/mm2

= 4.0 + 7.6 + 0.8 x 7.6 - 10 = 7.68 mm (properties of the supporting element ) n = 2 + 0.6b e /k 5 ; b e is the distance to the nearer end of the member from the end of the stiff bearing = 0 mm n = 2 + 0.6 x 0 / 15.2 = 2.0 < 5 ; Therefore use n = 2.0 ; k = T+r = 54.1 + 30.0 = 84.1 mm Pbw = [ 7.7 + ( 2.0 x 15.2 ) ] 4.0 x 275 = 41.9 kN > 3.0 kN

; Therefore Bearing Capacity of the unstiffened web at the support is adequate 4.5.3.1

2.9.2 Buckling resistance of the unstiffened web : Fv P x ; Check if ; a e 0.7d ; a e is the distance from the reaction to the nearer end of the member = 25 mm 25 0.7 x 96.60 ; 25 < 67.6 mm ; Therefore ae + 0.7d 25 T 25 x 1.0 x 7.6 x 41.9 25 + 67.6 x Px= Pbw ; P x= x 1.40 x 96.60 (b1 + nk ) d ( 7.7 + 2 x 84.1 ) x 96.60 1.4 d P x = 61.059 kN x > 3.0 kN 0.68 = 41.8 kN

; Therefore Buckling Resistance of the unstiffened web at the support is adequate 2.5.2

The serviceability Loads are taken as unfactored imposed loads. In this case, as only ultimate loads are the available data, the unfactored imposed loads will be taken as Mc or P / f i conservatively, for simplicity; f i to be the load factor = 1.5

From Maximum Moment, Mc; wi = Unfactored Distributed Load wi Le2 8x 2 kN-m 8 Mc Mc = 1.5 ; wi = = = 2 1.5 Le2 8 1.5 x 0.7 m From Point Load P; W i = Unfactored Point Load P 2.1 P = 1.5 W i ; Wi = = = 1.4 kN 1.5 1.5 The total deflection is given by: Wi Le 5 wi Le4 = + 384 E I 48 EI 5 x 21.8 x 0.7 4 1.4 x 0.7 3 = + 384 x 2.E+05 x 473 48 x 2.E+05 x 473 ; Adequate for deflection = 0.081 mm < 3.89 mm

21.8

kN/m

Limits for calculated deflection (2.5.2 Table 8) for : Cantilever Allowable deflection, a Le 700 a = = = 180 180

3.89

mm

Therefore : 127x76x13

is Adequate, Adopt Section

UB

Registered in Dublin, Ireland (with Branch Office in Cavite, Philippines) Eddie Naldoza, BSc MIES MPICE E: eddienaldoza@engineer.com W: www.eddienaldoza.com

Project Irish Cement Ltd. - Kiln 3 Cement Mill-Silos Structure Subject Design of Steel Beam at EL 56.40 Beam No. 192-195, 47 Calculated Checked Date E. Naldoza E. Naldoza 26/09/07

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Gridlines :

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Maximum Major axis Moment in the segment, Mx = Effective Length of the segment, L E

= 700 mm

2 38

kN-m ; /x = 38.0 / 16.3 = 2.3 ; = 0.5 (Equal flange) ; ; W = 1.0 LO ; v = 0.93 (Table 19)

4.3.6.7 4.3.6.8

Equivalent Slenderness

; LT = uvw

B.2.2 Perry factor & Robertson constant

LT

B.2.1

= 7.0 x ( 32 -

2

p E = E/ LT2 = x 2.05E+05 / 32

Bending Strength,

+ 1 ) 1980

pb =

= 1980 pE py

= 1111 N/mm2

0.5

LT +( LT 2 -p E p y ) Mb = p b Sx

0.5

= 280

4.3.6.4

= 280 x

= 23.606 kN-m

Uniform Moment Factor for Lateral Torsional Buckling (General case); m LT Moments at quarter points Moments at mid point

M2 = M4 =

Table 18

2 2

kN-m kN-m

M3 =

kN-m

m LT = 0.2 +

+ 0.50 x 2

+ 0.15 x

= 1.00

4.3.6.2

Mb

m LT

23.606 = 1.00

PB9729

PB9729

N/mm2

N/mm2

mm

PB9729

(Table 19)

N/mm2

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